FPS staff report
February 17, 2014
The Carrollton boys bowling team wrapped up its fifth American Division championship of the Stark County High School Bowling Conference in six years last Tuesday night with a 2,720-2,387 win over visiting Alliance at Carroll Lanes.
The Warriors end with a record of 9-5 overall and 6-2 in the American Conference.
“I’m very proud of the boys for what they have accomplished this year,” said head coach Kurt Lumley. “They really stepped it up when they needed to.”
Trent Proctor led the Warriors with games of 227 and 245 for a 472, while Cason McCauley rolled games of 192 and 209 for a 401. Kennie Hutson rolled a 380 with games of 208 and 172, while Alex Mitchell had games of 189 and 161 for a 350.
Tyler Fox rolled a 170 and Derek Lumley a 163.
Carrollton won the “Baker” 784-637.
Ronnie Brimlow rolled a 502 for the Aviators.
On the girls side, the Warriors defeated the Aviators 2,107-2,021. They end with a record of 10-4 and 7-2 in the conference, good for second place.
“The girls had a strong second place finish,” Lumley said. “We will be looking to improve on that next year.”
Devan Lumley led the Warriors with games of 215 and 145 for a 360, while Brandi Jo Tinlin rolled games of 180 and 175 for a 355 and Brittany Boord had games of 149 and 132 for a 281. Brittney Carper had a 146, Marissa Howell had a 145, Eliza Days a 125 and Bryana Carper a 119.
Carrollton won the “Baker” 575-547.
Ashlin Shell rolled a 393 for Alliance.